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A calf sent from Boston allows generations to live in N.E.

Globe Staff / April 26, 2009

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Ocean travel has always defined Cape Verde's relationship with New England. The first documented Cape Verdeans to come here were whaling crewmen, as early as the 1740s. And as the whaling industry faded, some whaling vessels became packet ships, transporting Cape Verdean immigrants to the United States and, on the return voyage, goods sent by families back to those left ... (Full article: 339 words)

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